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About the course
Fact: Companies where engagement is high tend to be more productive, retain more employees and find it easier to recruit new talent. Our free, five-day course is packed with examples, tips, learnings, exercises and quizzes that will help you establish a culture of employee engagement in your workplace. Sign up and start learning in the form above.
Day 1: What is workplace happiness?
Day 2: How Spotify built a winning company culture
Day 3: How to make employees happier
Day 4: Are you asking the ultimate engagement question?
Day 5: How to use surveys to track, and increase, engagement
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